“Conversations with RBG”

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Photos courtesy of the National Constitution Center

Photos courtesy of the National Constitution Center

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has served on the US Supreme Court for 27 years and at the age of 87 and after battling 5 bouts of cancer, says she has no plans for retiring. Known by just three letters, RBG, she’s been a champion of gender equality and become a surprising celebrity and pop icon. The National Constitution Center is giving Ginsburg the 2020 Liberty Award on Thursday, which is National Constitution Day. JEFFREY ROSEN, the CEO of the NCC, joins Marty to discuss RBG and her views on life, the law, opera and why she describes herself as a conservative.

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